1/4 Inch Small Steel Disc, Blank Metal Strike Plates (300 Pack)
|Quantity of Sets||Set Price||Discount|
|Buy 2||$12.34/set||5% Off|
|Buy 3||$11.69/set||10% Off|
|Buy 5||$11.04/set||15% Off|
|Buy 10||$10.39/set||20% Off|
|Buy 25||$9.74/set||25% Off|
|Buy 50||$9.09/set||30% Off|
- DEPENDABLE QUALITY: Made with high-quality steel for long-lasting durability and performance
- PRECISION GROUND: Plain flat round plates are 1 mm (0.04 Inches) thick
- PERFECT FOR MAGNETS: Magnets will be extremely attracted to these discs for use as strike plates and on catches, latches, box, and other closure mechanisms
- HIGHLY VERSATILE: Ideal for cabinetry and furniture making, carpentry and woodworking, do-it-yourself, arts & crafts, workshop, hobby, retail, scientific, educational and manufacturing needs
- WHAT’S INCLUDED: Package of 300 steel discs
CAN BE USED IN PLACE OF MAGNETS – SAVING MONEY
These steel discs offer added flexibility when working with magnets. For starters, they can be used in place of a magnet in some applications, because they make an ideal target for other magnets to attract to and attach with. And this can dramatically lower your production or project expenses, as discs cost significantly less than magnets.
A MULTITUDE OF USES
In addition, due to their ultra thin 1 mm profile, these blank steel discs can be used to create a variety of magnetic catches, latches, luggage, door and box closures and mechanisms – again, without the cost of an additional magnet. As a result, these discs are also ideal for a wide variety of custom cabinetry creations, scrapbook attachments, door and box closures, sign and banner stays – as well as closure mechanisms on furniture, luggage, bags, holsters, wall-hangings, draperies and tarps.
For best results, we recommend that the steel disc be slightly larger than the attaching magnet in diameter.
Size : 0.25 x 0.04 inch (Outer Diameter x Thickness)
Material: A3 Steel
NOT face-magnetized. These are edge magnetized. Waste of $20
Unfortunately, you'll find this to be true of all steel discs due to the nature of how magnets and steel interact. There is nothing special about these steel discs that would cause the magnets to stick to the edges instead of the flat surface. If you need a connection that is always centered, you'll have to use a magnet to magnet connection rather than a magnet to steel connection.
Exactly as described. Well packaged. Will order from them again